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Ikebana Performance and Talk Event: with Atsunobu Katagiri & Yuji Ueno

5/12 Sat. 15:00 - 16:30 [¥2,500]

Ryosokuin (Kenninji Temple)
591, Komatsu-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, 605-0811

Ikebana Performance and Talk Event
with Atsunobu Katagiri & Yuji Ueno [JP]

Learn more about the Japanese art of flower arrangement, and its lesser known avant-garde side. Join us for a live performance of Ikebana artists Katagiri Atsunobu & Ueno Yuji.

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Atsunobu Katagiri
Born 1973  in Osaka. In 1997, at the age of 24, he became the head of the Misasagi Ikebana school.  Known for incorporating both traditional and modern approaches to his ikebana works, as well as for collaborating with artists of different mediums.  Katagiri's works range from small scale compositions to large scale compositions. The cherry blossom, a theme he has maintained for over a decade.  Through his ikebana works, he contemplates the concept of "anima" - the primary motif of ikebana - and through the use of flowers, he creates distinct aura in the space.
Yuji Ueno
Japanese Flower arrangement IKEBANA artist&master. Born in Kyoto in 1967, grew up in Kagoshima, is currently living in Tokyo. In 1988 he met with Hiroshi Teshigahara's avant-garde ikebana art and started to learn ikebana. Besides presenting his art at Japanese national exhibitions, he also works on art events and outdoor creative activities, such as events in Bali. Since 2005 he started the ikebana live performance "Hana ike" at Gallery Maki in Tokyo. He continues to create a unique "Hana ike" world and has gained fervent support from artists ofvarious fields. He has been doing many collaborations with poets, photographers, musicians, craftsmen.
Ryosokuin (Kenninji Temple)
591, Komatsu-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto, 605-0811

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